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Mets Morning News: Darling’s dream

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Your Sunday morning dose of Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

Ron Darling tells the Daily News he’s very bullish on the young Mets rotation.

To the surprise of very few, Noah Syndergaard made Joel Sherman’s list of the best players younger than 25.

Former Mets pitching coach and Yankees pitcher Mel Stottlemyre has returned home healthy after his scare at the hospital.

Around the NL East

Fish Stripes continued its top 100 Marlins series, with Emilio Bonifacio coming in 53rd.

The Phillies have signed former top prospect and Mets pitcher Pedro Beato.

Bryce Harper released an awfully intimidating workout video.

Around Major League Baseball

Mike Petriello at MLB.com took a closer look at free agent Mark Trumbo’s hidden value.

It seems as though Trumbo won’t be headed back to Baltimore, as the Orioles reportedly have Brandon Moss in their sights.

Meanwhile, the Padres are still looking to acquire some veteran pitching.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Chris McShane continued our series to help the Mets find a relief pitcher.

Jason Mast talked about Jose Reyes and his decision to play for the Domincan Republic’s World Baseball Classic squad.

This Date in Mets History

Today marks 14 years since Gary Carter was voted into the Hall of Fame. And even though he went in as an Expo, many Mets fans might argue that it should have happened earlier.